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Each issue, Moondance embraces a different theme. Although adhering to this theme is not a requirement for admission, we would like to highlight those pieces we feel best portrays the current issue's theme.

This issue, Spring 1999, our them is EARTH.

Earth is a very appropriate theme for spring since Earth stands for mystery, growth, fertility, material abundance, and combined forces of nature. Who among us doesn't relish and smile with joy at that first spring bud opening her petals to the spring sunshine?

The compass Point for earth is North. Earth North would be those funny cranky little Gnomes and the Jacobean flower Faeries. And we must not forget Puck, the Shakespearean Faery.

Examples of Earth can include, but are not limited to: exploring our "roots". Women and the environment. Women and plants. The "earth mother" persona.

Now that we have explored this issue's theme a bit, let us unveil the &qupt;Best of Theme" pieces for Spring 1999. After reading these various works, please e-mail us with your thoughts and feelings. Which work do you thing best encompases Earth?

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Fiction

The Witch with 13 Children

by Martha Frisoli Gibson

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Poetry

Talking to my Philodendron

by Daniela Gioseffi

Columns

Goddess in My Garden

by Serena Rykert
   
   
   
 

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